LAZIO NEWS

The IFAB has revised the handball rules, confirming the ‘accidental handball’ leading to a goal will no longer be an offence.
Lazio are reportedly close to reaching an agreement with coach Simone Inzaghi over a new deal until 2023 or 2024.
Andrea Pirlo said Juventus ‘are fighting on all fronts’ and will ‘give their all’ until the end, starting with another ‘decisive’ game against Lazio.
Juventus have confirmed that Rodrigo Bentancur tested positive for COVID-19 and has gone into isolation.
The Disciplinary Commission has announced the Lazio-Torino match as ‘sub judice’, and thus confirmed an additional investigation to establish the verdict.
Tuttosport reports Juventus forward Paulo Dybala will not return against FC Porto and could travel to Austria for another knee consultation.
The AIA has announced the referees for Serie A Week 26, with Davide Massa overseeing Juventus-Lazio and Maurizio Mariani in charge of Inter-Atalanta.
Federico Bernardeschi assures Juventus ‘still believe in the Scudetto’ after last night’s 3-0 win over Spezia and trust they can get past Lazio and Porto too.
A member of the FIGC medical commission who helped design the COVID protocol admits the guidelines ‘ought to be reviewed’ in the wake of the Lazio-Torino farce.
Lazio winger Manuel Lazzari will miss Saturday’s game against Juventus with a calf injury.
Torino may not be handed a 3-0 loss by default as the Sporting Judge could rule the Lazio game was abandoned for reasons of force majeure.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from tonight’s Serie A game, as Juventus try to get back on track against giant-killers Spezia.
It is now official that Lazio v Torino has been abandoned, as the referee had to wait 45 minutes for confirmation.
If Torino are given a 3-0 defeat to Lazio and they appeal – all of which is predictable – it seems impossible they won’t win that legal action.
Lazio director Igli Tare refuses to give Torino an inch on today’s match and insists ‘we’re just following the rules’ by effectively taking a 3-0 win.
Torino President Urbano Cairo promises they’ll ‘seek every possible appeal’ if they are given an automatic defeat to Lazio. ‘You can’t ignore reality.’
Lazio and the refereeing team have arrived at the Stadio Olimpico for this evening’s Serie A match, but Torino have not travelled, while the FIGC and Lega Serie A disagree on what to do.
Sinisa Mihajlovic wants ‘a repeat’ of Bologna's performance in the win over Lazio when they travel to Sardinia to face Cagliari on Wednesday.
The Lega Serie A has reportedly decided to not postpone the match between Lazio and Torino today, but the Granata haven’t travelled.
Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi has picked a squad ahead of the scheduled match against Torino, but the game will not take place.